Wants to duck attacks before PC reaches punters
Dell announced several steps that it's taking to secure its supply chain to prevent attacks that occur before a device reaches a customer.
Cleaning Intel’s clock
AMD’s Ryzen 5000 processors have helped the company hit new highs for sales of its CPUs, according to one European retailer.
No US tech for you
The US government has stepped up a feud with Beijing over security by adding China’s biggest maker of processor chips to a blacklist that limits access to American technology and investment.
If Vole licensed the OS to the public
An Amazon Web Services (AWS) virtualisation engineer has shown what Windows 10 on ARM could be like if Microsoft licensed its ARM-based OS to the public rather than just to Windows 10 manufacturers.
Google denies it
Timnit Gebru, one of the best-known AI researchers today and co-lead of an AI ethics team at Google, said she was fired for sending an email to "non-management employees that was inconsistent with the expectations of a Google manager".
And nine million bicycles in Beijing
Carmakers have sold more than 500,000 battery electric cars in Europe during 2020, a milestone in the automotive industry's move away from fossil fuels.
But diamonds are a girl's best friend
Millennials prefer Bitcoin to gold as a safe-haven asset, a new global survey from one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory and fintech organisations.
Unless he can punish Twitter and Facebook
US President Donald Trump (remember him) has threatened to veto a $740 billion National Defence spending unless it includes a measure eliminating a federal law protecting tech companies such as Facebook and Twitter.
Your delivery is potentially dead or alive
Amazon is apparently building its own quantum computer.